Elissa Underwood, a phlebotomist at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, says employment prospects for those who draw blood from patients are plentiful in L.A.
Barney Santos, a lecturer and business owner, encourages tech-minded entrepreneurs in Los Angeles to get off the fence and launch their own enterprises.
Dr. Charles M. Vance says Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles strives to help mold the next generation of effective business leaders.
Cassandra Ogier, owner of The Reflective Horse, says equine-assisted therapy is becoming a widely-accepted form of mental health treatment for at-risk teens in Los Angeles.
Due to a demand for cutting-edge hair and skin treatments, barbers throughout Los Angeles are upping their game in order to compete with skillful hairdressers and cosmetologists.
Edmon Muradyan, Owner of Marshall Security and Training Academy, says patrolling school security guards rely on efficient soft-style techniques to help keep students safe in Los Angeles.
UCLA Extension’s Van Anderson says in order to compete for higher wages and better positions, employees need to beef up their skills by enrolling in a continuing education program.
CSULA’s Dr. Jongwook Woo says in order for database administrators to compete for a wealth of new job opportunities earmarked for Los Angeles, they will need to keep up with current trends.
John Jimenez, a registered nurse, says male nurses are important contributors to health care in L.A., because of the strategies they use to treat patients.
While some news groups are laying off salaried photographers, Dave Haase says job opportunities for portrait and commercial camera operators are holding ground.
In greater Los Angeles, many limousine drivers earn sustainable wages, especially if they work for the motion picture and video industries.
Marc Fishel, owner of High-Tech Publications, says future technical writers in metro Los Angeles must know how to incorporate inventive ways to transform complex material into straightforward instruction.
Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Paulette Heitmeyer says technology is remodeling the architecture of the medical industry, resulting in a blast of new jobs for computer-cultured health information specialists.
Chris Lenz, director of the Career Development Center at CSULA, reveals the leading college degrees that help graduates land high-paying jobs in Los Angeles.
Scott Spiro, a computer security expert in Los Angeles, says college students are now the leading at-risk group for identity theft, a growing crime that can affect their employment opportunities.